Pine Winds Press
Pine Winds Press is dedicated to the scientific study of the Life Force.
Currently physics recognizes four forces: electromagnetic, gravitational, strong atomic, and weak atomic. Many things are explained by these four forces, but other things are not. We believe that many of the experiences not covered by the four forces can be explained by adding a fifth force, which we call the life force.
Some, although certainly not all, of the phenomena that are not easily explained with the four conventional forces are the ki (or chi) found in martial arts, premonitions, and telepathy. It is possible that being such as faeries, ghosts, angels, and devils may be manifestations of the life force. Maybe UFOs, crop circles, and the cryptological animals such as Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster are also ways some people experience the life force.
Topics on the site include: reproducible experiments that can be performed to study the life force, discussions of the theoretical underpinnings of the life force, discussions of how the life force interacts with other forces, and descriptions of the life force which may lead to theoretical development. The resource section provides contact information, papers, and books that discuss aspects of the study of the life force.
Skeptics and believers are both welcome, but they must understand that there is a good chance that neither extreme will provide us with the most workable ideas.
Bigfoot Observer's Field Manual
by Robert W. Morgan
Yah-ta-hey. Welcome! May I assume that you are interested in Forest Giants and wish to arrange your very own peaceful encounter? I won’t tell you that it is easy. Nevertheless, it is possible and even probable — but only if you follow to the letter the systematic sugges tions contained within this manual.
Take care, my friend.
Witnessing Bigfoot: Flesh and Blood, Native American Legend, or the Devil Himself?
by Glen Boulier
Glen Boulier spotted Bigfoot twice near his home in Canada, starting his quest to find Bigfoot’s true nature. Years of research led to many stories, from brief meetings to long-term interactions. Tracks that end in snowfields and trail cameras with no images told him Bigfoot was more than physical. He talked with Native Americans, First People, and others. This book reports all that he found.
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